Geographies of Transnational Solidarity
Offers a critical investigation of what has been termed the 'global justice movement'. This book studies the grassroots peasants' network (People's Global Action [Asia]); an international trade union network (the International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mining and General Workers); and the Social Forum process.
List of tablesAcknowledgements1. Neoliberalism and its discontents 2. Networks, global civil society and global justice networks3. Global justice networks: operational logics and strategies4. Global justice networks: geographical dynamics and convergence spaces5. People's Global Action (Asia): peasant solidarity as horizontal networking?6. International Federation for Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers: labour internationalism as vertical networking?7. Social Forums as convergence spaces8. Geographies of transnational solidarityEndnotesReferencesIndex